Karen was summoned to PPD by several username mentions and, after wonderfully fielding the OP's question about what women should do to change (which is worth reading itself), is asked her opinion of TRP.
Frankly, I don't mind the red pill (either the philosophy, or the subreddit). I think it has value to offer men who are looking for individualistic solutions to the current social problems re gender. I like Jack Donovan. I like Roosh V. I like Barbarossaaaa and Stardusk. I like all kinds of men and their perspectives, even when I don't agree with everything they have to say. I like the idea of criticizing women (men too) and holding them accountable.
If the red pill is a response to anything, it's a response to the apathetic, pragmatic, mercenary nature of most women, who don't even notice the harm done to men until they're forced to personally suffer a portion of it.
Full comment here.
Karen continues to impress with her ability to see issues outside the perspective of her own gender and to carry a rationality that is beyond most women (and many men).
I encourage you to read her original response to the OP's questions of “What should women do?” where the OP asks what should be the response given that men are frustrated with and hate women.
Men have never hated women. Men will never hate women.
What you see as hate is fear and frustration. Fear of what you have the power to do to any given man on any given day, just by virtue of being female. Frustration that no matter how far men bend to your whims, it's never enough to prove to you that they don't hate you and have never hated you.
Putting your foot down and saying, "what you're doing is abuse" is not hate. Drawing a boundary and saying, "this far, no further" is not hate. Saying, "I choose not to have anything to do with women unless necessary" is not hate.
Thank you, Karen, for putting these redpillian and MRA concepts into terms that are easily digestible for the masses.
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